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In a new series for HIMSS TV, Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden speaks to the importance of safeguarding telehealth and what he hopes to see in the future from digital health innovators.
Megan Zweig and Sean Day, COO and consultant, respectively, at Rock Health, join host Jonah Comstock for a discussion on digital health funding, M&A's and IPOs in the first six months of 2020 as well as a look ahead to the rest of 2020.
Irene Froehlich, chief communications officer at DrFirst, talks about the changing world of digital health and offers advice on starting a career in health tech.
Dr. Joe Kvedar, senior advisor of virtual care at Mass General Brigham, discusses the future of virtual care as the population ages.
Technology Association of Oregon President and CEO Skip Newberry points to early implementations of smart homes to address the social determinants of health and the barriers they faced.
(Sponsored) Clinicians can leverage evidence-based knowledge in a meaningful way that can help at the bedside during situations such as COVID-19, says Dr. Ian Chuang, chief medical officer, EMEALAAP Health, Elsevier.
(Sponsored) Kuwait's 2035 vision aims to strengthen investment in high-quality healthcare, which has already led to increased efficiency, use of innovative technology and a changing culture.
David Champeaux, chief growth officer at Cherish Health and a member of the HIMSS UK Advisory Council, talks about the importance of designing innovation into care ecosystems and how we can ensure sustained adoption.
Dr. Bridget Duffy, former chief experience officer at the Cleveland Clinic and CMO at Vocera, discusses burnout during COVID-19, how to protect the physical and emotional safety of the healthcare workforce, and how technology can help and hurt.
Connected thermostats and fitness trackers are a good start toward smart communities, but Parks Associates' Jennifer Kent says consumers expect many digital health devices to be reimbursed or provided by public or industry stakeholders.